Found February 29, 2012 on
New York Post - Jets:
Plaxico Burress wants to be in green next season — Eagles green.
With the Jets showing only tepid interest in bringing him back, the free-agent wide receiver told a Philadelphia radio station Tuesday “nothing would make me happier” than to sign with the Eagles.
“Obviously, coming to Philadelphia and instituting myself...
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Plaxico Burress says the Jets want him back, but the veteran receiver has his eyes on a team further south.
In an interview with a Philadelphia radio station Tuesday, Burress made it clear he would love to play for the Eagles.
"Nothing else would make me happier," Burress told 97.5 The Fanatic. "Obviously, coming to Philadelphia and instituting myself to the offense...
Last offseason, Plaxico Burress was celebrating his freedom from the shackles of the New York State Department of Corrections. This offseason, he’s celebrating his freedom from the shackles of a Mark Sanchez-led offense.
All indications are that Plax and the New York Jets will be parting ways, despite his relatively productive eight-touchdown season. Plax made $3 million last year...
Former Steelers, Giants and (soon-to-be) Jets receiver Plaxico Burress is hoping to continue his career in 2012, and he made his intentions quite clear in a radio interview this morning on 97.5 The Fanatic in Philadelphia.
How many times can I write about Plaxico Burress’ very public interest in joining the Philadelphia Eagles?
As many times as he’ll talk about it, apparently. It’s the offseason, people. Cut me some slack.
Plax went further than he has gone in his previous pronouncements yesterday in a radio interview on 97.5 The Fanatic. Burress outlined specifically how he saw himself adding...
Plaxico Burress is 35 and might have helped turn the Jets toxic last season. Now he wants to move to Philly. Clark Judge has a straight-up warning for the Eagles: Don't let this guy near your young receivers.
New York Jets free agent to be Plaxico Burress recently went on a Philadelphia-area radio station and announced he would love to go down the turnpike and play with Michael Vick and the rest of the Dream Team. This would have been big news…in 2009.
Nearing age 35, Burress has clearly lost the explosiveness that made him one of the most feared receivers in the NFL. After receiving...
Where does Plaxico Burress keep the football he caught to win Super Bowl XLII? On a mantle in his house. The big problem here? It's the same ball David Tyree famously grabbed to keep that drive alive.